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What are media servers?

pawan kumar

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In our market, a media server is commonly referred to as a playout computer for a mulit display presentation software, like WATCHOUT.

While a server in IT terms is usually a central computer holding the data for a wider network of workstations or personal computers, we (and other manufacturers) call our display computers "media servers". Here the content is actually sitting on one or more media servers which are connected to physical displays, like projectors, led screens etc.

Click on the discover button on the website www.dataton.com to understand the WATCHOUT structure.

We're also currently working on an introduction video which should give you some more ideas of how WATCHOUT can be used. Keep an eye on the website or the forum where you'll probably see a note once the video is ready.

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